Aston Villa have had a successful season.
Dean Smith's side were one of the favourites for Premier League relegation after their dramatic escape last campaign.
But they proved the doubters wrong with a strong start to the 2020/21 season.
Smith's attention now turns to strengthening in the summer transfer market with the view of re-establishing the club as a top half side once again.
According to the Sun, they are eyeing a move for one of Scotland's most promising players.
What is the latest Aston Villa transfer news?
It has been reported that Villa are lining up a bid for Celtic youngster, David Turnbull.
Villa are said to have watched him several times this season.
Scouts have given glowing reports about the 21-year-old and Smith is now poised to make a move.
How has he performed this season?
Celtic may have failed in their bid to win 10 Scottish Premiership titles in a row but Turnbull has been a shining light.
He made 35 appearances for The Bhoys in the 2020/21 season, scoring nine times.
He was named the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year and was also included in the PFA Scotland Team of the Year.
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How much will he cost?
Villa are preparing a bid of £7m, although it is unknown whether Celtic will accept that offer.
The Lions have been successful when buying from Scotland before. They signed John McGinn from Motherwell back in £2.8m back in 2018 and he's now one of Villa's best players.
Smith and Villa feel a move for Turnbull would offer similar value for money.
Will Villa sign Turnbull?
Celtic only signed Turnbull from Motherwell for £2.7m last year.
After such a good season, Celtic are reluctant to let the youngster leave the club and will fight to keep hold of him.